GradShow adds keynote speaker thanks to 150th anniversary grant from Provost's office.
CSU President Joyce McConnell shed light on her plan to combat racism and bias on campus and in the community during a discussion at the annual Diversity Symposium Oct. 16.
This year’s Diversity Symposium at Colorado State University features a full lineup of engaging sessions and speakers on diversity and inclusion-oriented topics for the campus and community.
Talks by a leading civil rights activist and a top executive from the global retailer Target as well as a fireside chat with CSU President Joyce McConnell are among the highlights scheduled for this year’s Diversity Symposium.
Cornell William Brooks, civil rights attorney and past president of NAACP, delivered the Diversity Symposium’s keynote address in the LSC Theater, on Oct. 3.
Colorado State University’s Feminist Fight Club kicked off this year’s Diversity Symposium week with a panel discussion on culture change and a focus on the role men can play to advance gender equity on campus. The event marks the one year anniversary of Feminist Fight Club at CSU, one of the projects spearheaded by the Women & Gender Collaborative.
The annual Diversity Symposium has grown to an entire week devoted to exploring issues surrounding diversity and inclusion on the Colorado State University campus, Oct. 1-5.
To keep pace with the increasing interest in diversity and inclusion, the Office of the Vice President for Diversity has undergone a major reorganization.
The deadline for proposal submissions for the 2018 Diversity Symposium has been extended to July 20.